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Thread: How to access a file server from the LAN side

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    Default How to access a file server from the LAN side

    Hi all,

    Scenario:
    * Quadro located in the LAN (WAN port attached to LAN switch)
    * File server located in the LAN (attached to LAN switch)
    * IP phones (snom300) located in the Quadro-LAN
    * Quadro NAT=on, Firewall=off
    * User Notebook attached on the 2nd LAN port of the snom300 IP phone

    Case:
    User wants to "work" on the file server (...)

    Question:
    What Quadro config. settings are needed to work transparently from
    Quadro-LAN side accessing any LAN resources (pass though the data
    traffic Quadro LAN <--> Quadro WAN) ?

    Thanks for any support!

    Max

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    In default configuration Quadro is trasparent for FTP, but there is a blocking rule for "MS File Sharing", that you can disable from Quadro login "Internet Uplink -> Filtering Rule -> Outgoing Traffic" page.

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    Aram,

    Thanks - I already tried that but it doesn't work, ...

    BR, Max

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    Max, then it is connected to your network setup. If you'll send your network diagram to me and explain your requirements, I'll try to help you. Use "send a message via e-mail to aramk" link in my profile.

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